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[texts]Remarks upon the Trial of William Sutton, Esq. by an Impartial By-Stander - author unknown. Publication info - London: Benjamin Sibthorpe, 1761.
William Sutton was tried for, and acquitted of, murdering a prostitute by stabbing her twice "so she should not be able to sit", the wounds afterwards becoming infected. The case was the talk of the town, and became the subject of a series of pamphlets alternately arguing Sutton's guilt and innocence. In this pamphlet, the first three pages are spent excoriating the victim, in the guise of arguing that no matter how depraved she might have been, she still should not have been murdered...
Keywords: murder; prostitution; abuse; alcoholism
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[texts]Report Of The Chinese Mission At Malacca 1826 - Chinese Mission at Malacca
Report of the Chinese Mission at Malacca. Printed at the Mission Press, 1826
Keywords: Missions -- Malaysia -- Malacca (Malacca); Chinese language -- Study and teaching
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[texts]Report Of The Eleventh Year Of The Anglo Chinese College - Anglo-Chinese College (Malacca)
Anglo-Chinese College (Malacca, Malacca). Report of the Eleventh Year of the Anglo-Chinese College: being MDCCCXXIX : with an appendix concerning the laws of China. Malacca : Printed at the Mission Press, 1829.
Keywords: Anglo-Chinese College (Malacca); Universities and colleges -- Malaysia -- Malacca (Malacca); Chinese language -- Study and teaching; Missions -- Malaysia -- Malacca (Malacca); Law -- China
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